The world especially technology changes rapidly in the last decade. The career and working model changes a lot. There are new careers emerges. The older generation may not understand.
Firstly, the students should choose a career they have interest,
They can do more research on the career and find out more details, eg career path, their career aspirations, etc
Then, they can articulate this to their parents to demonstrate they have thought through this prudently.
In addition, they can also seek their mentor or school career counsellor for guidance if applicable.
Hope this helps!
-The single greatest piece of advice I received, relevant to my career path, was the day Dr. Todd Albert, of Boca Code told me, "I needed to - FIND MY WHY! "
-Now when I first heard this my initial thought was ".........................../\................/\................. um....",
"Cool! How in the world might I go about discovering such a philosophically complex question anyway?? "
- like all things in life what we find, and the depth of the answer we receive, directly correlates with the effort, and sincerity we put into ANY GIVEN TASK.
Now for my story with finding my why. I will be leaving out a lot of painful, epic, dramatic, failed attempts at countless things in life. We're skipping to 26. At this time I moved 2,000 miles away from everything I knew. My identity was closely associated with my construction trade, and my children, but for the sake of all of us I needed to set out on the journey of finding.... Queue Dr. Todd Alberts (Line 1 : 128 = myWhy()).
It was in the creation of software, that left people in awe. Or colleagues successfully using A.I. to 100x the diagnostic speed of children with rare genetic cancers. It was making my first solo app for my children to address communication issues. My why is tech....and creating solutions that make the world better. Follow steps below and please let me know your Why's!!!
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